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  • * British History Online *

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    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 1-15 George II (1727-42)

    carpenter Robert Ward, barber surgeon, son of Robert Ward, sadler George Garbutt, whitesmith, son of Matthew Garbutt Joseph Baythorpe, son of William Baythorpe, cordwainer David Hillary, currier, son of John Hillary, currier Timothy White, writeing master, son of William White,

    Index, A-C

    Baycocke Baytes , Baites, Bart. 114; Rob. 4 Baythorne , Bathorne, Isaac, 108, 208; Joh. 238; Will. 194, 238, 244 Baythorpe , Jos. 257; Will. 257 Beacock , Fran. 126 Beadsworth , Joh. 255 Beal , Beale, Beall, Jos .

    Index of places

    co. Kent, 23, 25, 229 230. Bratton Grange , co. Wilts, 276, 278. Bray , co. Berks, 38, 172. Braydethorpe [Baythorpe ? ] , co. Lincoln, 118, 122, 127. Bread Street , 297, 313. Brenchley , co. Kent, 163 164,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quantity of gu exuded and fired. Thte five men were knooked about in all dicetions;* one of t~hem, named George Baythorpe, being killed, and the others being very severely burnt and injured. Some of the men ilt the adjoining banks Subscribers-only content

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    of' Dorncilster. in, 'rste LATE COLONELt TnronITca'o. Ie will Mt l'r. oif Colottel Thomas Thornton, of Falikater' eallnti tad ngg Baythorpe, its Site Eiast hiidting of Yorkshire, aud of ir Is, Ponit le [lay, i tt he Kingdotm of l'ranct', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The cases entered into were the firhig P of the premises of Mr. Anderson, of Butterwick, and Mr. r-Speok, of Baythorpe. The first case was proved, and the 3, prisoner was committed for trial. In the case respecting the fire Subscribers-only content

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    case. The cases entered into were the firing of the premises of Mr. Anderson, of Butterwick, and Mr. Speck, of Baythorpe. The first ease was proved, and the psisoner was committed for trial. In the case respecting the fire at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yards around. The names of the poor men who have lost their lives are Rowland Penny, John blattinson, and James Baythorpe, all having left widows, and the two former children. The body of Penny was foaud a hundred yards from Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Gibson, 14/5/1686

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Gibson Forename Thomas Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 14/5/1686 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Baythorpe// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/SUB/1/1 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lloyd, William/Norwich 1685- 1690 Comment

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